Eugene Ionesco was the master of the Theater of the Absurd, a dramatic genre where the world is incomprehensible and anything can happen. In Rhinoceros, it seems like a normal day -- until everyone but the main character suddenly turns into a rhinoceros! Written during the aftermath of World War II, the play served as a harsh criticism of the circumstances that led to widespread acceptance of fascism and Nazism. To this day, it remains a pointed and timely critique of conformity, mass culture and allowing society to set the definition of morality. This Boston Playwrights' Theatre production of Rhinoceros, at The Modern Theatre at Suffolk University, reimagines Ionesco's original tale for the 21st century.